2012 News Articles-Department of Biological Sciences - Carnegie Mellon University

2012 News Articles

January

February

March

Murphy Appointed to NIH Council of Councils

Study Reveals Potential Of Manganese in Neutralizing Shiga Toxin

Ph.D. Students Receive de Vries and Stupakoff Fellowships

Biology Student Receives Churchill Scholarship To Study in England

BioSAC Presents "In the Dark of the Knight"

Synaptic Art

April

May

June

Graduate Student Appreciation Week

MRI Adapted to Track Infection, Swelling

Read the Latest Issue of The Promoter, the Annual Alumni Newsletter of the Department of Biological Sciences (.pdf)

BioSAC at Carnival

Professor Jon Minden Receives The Richard Moore Award

Biological Sciences Participates in the Meeting of the Minds

Ph.D. Student Ardon Shorr Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Congratulations, graduates!

Summer Undergraduate Research Program Begins

July

August

September

Fall 2013 Ph.D. and M.S. Applications Now Available

Biological Sciences Hosts Scavenger Hunt Outreach Event

2012 Summer Undergraduate Research Program Concludes

Welcome, New Students

Introducing Assistant Professor Aryn Gittis

CMU Research Team Develops Tools to Ease the Pain of Combat Injuries

Students Use New Technology to Sequence Genomes

Davidson and Vistein Awarded Graduate Student Teaching and Service Awards

Introducing Assistant Professor Sandra Kuhlman

October

November

December

Introducing Assistant Professor N. Luisa Hiller

Abigail Simmons Receives Fellowship from the American Society for Microbiology

Undergraduate Eric Pederson Part of Team Competing in International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition

Undergraduate Eric Pederson and CMU's iGEM Team Advance to World Championship

Carnegie Mellon University’s Aryn Gittis Named a Finalist for The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology

Biological Sciences Undergraduate Eric Pederson & Team Win Best Foundational Advance at iGEM Jamboree

Gordon Rule Named Associate Dean for Research at CMU in Qatar

Department of Biological Sciences Hosts A Murder Mystery Outreach Event

Professor Chien Ho Elected AAAS Fellow

Genetically Engineered Foods Explored at Outreach Event

Carnegie Mellon's Alison Barth Receives Memory and Cognitive Disorders Award From McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience